This is the most heart-breaking thing we've seen in a long time. Last week, a woman walked into a Houston police station with her four great-grandchildren kids in tow. She told police officers she didn't want the children. "These are not my kids. I'm leaving them here. Y’all can take them to CPS," she said. "I can't deal with them and...breast cancer ... Y'all put them in CPS. I can't take them. Put them in CPS." When officers told her the children -- ranging in ages from 6 months old to six years -- were told old to for the state's safe-haven law, which allows mothers in crisis to safely relinquish their babies (up to two months old) to designated locations where the babies are protected and provided with medical care until a permanent home is found. Apparently, this lady was upset because she got into a fight with the children's mother and grandmother. These kids will most certainly be scarred for life.
Andrew Wordes -- who fought the city of Roswell, Ga. to keep chickens in his home -- blew the sucker (and himself) up when marshals showed up to evict him Monday.
Veronica Olguin has slapped the Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center in Davenport, Florida with negligence lawsuit after a nurse cut off the left pinky finger of her then 3-month-old daughter while removing an IV feed.
↪ Clayton Osbon, a JetBlue pilot, who is obviously suffering from "exhaustion" and/or "dehydration," was subdued by passengers (and carted off to a mental hospital) when he got on the PA to tell passengers to "say your prayers" and went on a tirade about "Afghanistan" and "Israel." Is he at the same hospital as that cray-cray American Airline flight attendant?
Meanwhile, at a 15-year-old girl's Quinceañera party in Texas, all hell broke loose after a argument over beer.